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a etc., who second i l t g to the with the feet i design F. as re- A lovely cashmere coat, r i c h l v broideredjn silk, is by Mi-s ( Jones. Very noticeable in the room [ u was a lovely b a n n e r richly embroidered with the Virginia Coat of for the cadets of St. John's Academy! v a., which is the work of the y ladies of the tapestry class. " The ] plain and fancy sewing'is, to .-ny least, g r a n d ; especially the contributed by the f o l l o w i l a d i e s : Misses Mol lie Smith? Brengle, L u l u McSherry, E d Brubaker, Edith Sinn, Maggie Eisenhauer, Nellie O'Donohue, Marv and A n Neidhart, Mary T. Meyer.Edna Gertie Lamar, Annie' Collins, A n day, t i m e in enough metal faucets, The a beer the been Cassin. There is also some very fine specimens of book-keeping on exhibi- ! t i o n , and those deserving of mention ane the following ladies- Misses Maggie Jarboe, Fiederick Quincy W. Mantx, Frederick, A n Hamrnett, W. Va., M. T. Meyer, Baltimore, Carrie O'Donohue, New York, Annie Snyder, Frederick, Lillie Corrigan Pa., Nellie Cushwa, Md., Sinn. Md., A n n i e Cassin, D. C., Margaret Jones, Md., Edna Brady, W. Va. The display made Misses M. and P. Zimmerman, one could see almost a n y t h i shape of decorative art, etc., was greatly admired. The drawings by Miss

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  1. The News,
  2. 24 Jun 1884, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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